jaberwoke - assuming it doesn't detail grade, I'd assume a sell price or $180-280 on that coin, factor in the price to slab it $40+ and the 20% they will take at a minimum for fees for selling it, I'd say no.
Your best place outside of selling yourself in hand to hand transaction would be through Great Collections IMO, that way you aren't paying any fees beyond the slabbing and shipping the coin, which would probably be around the same cost as selling on eBay (again though with no guarantees of selling price). You could always set a reserve minimum price or place a buy back bid - again that results in a higher fee.
It all comes down to how much do you need to recoup out of it and how badly do you need the cash in hand? Depending on what you paid I don't see any great ways out of this where you make a handful of cash. The coin just isn't that spectacular like the one in this thread, grade and eye appeal. When those two factor come into play on a coin and they are the top end of eye appeal and grade then the coin will also (usually) bring a top end price. But it needs both of those factors.
In just PCGS
there are around 425 in population straight grades in AU50 through MS62 probably close to the same in NGS and ANACS so unfortunately it's never going to be one of the "rare" coins and the grade falls well short of the top end grades for 1851 at MS67.
Just my honest opinion, I could be wrong, I still like your coin and would be happy having it in my variety collection, put you wouldn't like the price I'd want to pay for it I bet.
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